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of Va.; Conrad, of La.; Wright, of Tenn.; Clopton, of Ala; Hodge, of Ky.; Hartridge, of Ga. Cook, of Mo., Clapp, of Miss, and Herbert, of Texas. On the Medical Department.--Messrs. Wright, of Ga. Be . of Mo., Goode, of Va.; Chisman, of Ky.; Smith, of N. C.; Farrow, of S. C.; Ralls, of Ala.; McNeely, of Tenn., and Royston, of Ark. The morning hour having expired, the special order of the day came up, being the bill to provide for filling up existing regiments battalions, squadrons, an, addressed the House at length and earnestly in support of the bill, and in favor of its immediate passage. Mr. Baldwin, of Va., followed Mr. Gentry.--He doubted the constitutionality of a law of conscription, and had he been present when the bill now in existence was under consideration, he would have opposed it. As the bill had passed, however, and was now a law, he was willing to vote for its extension. Mr. Smith, of Ala., obtained the floor, but gave way to a motion to adjourn.